Cape Town City Tour – 4 HOURS
Cape Town is known as one of the most beautiful cities with the magnificent Table Mountain as it’s back ground. On the Cape City Tour, you can expect to visit Table Mountain, Castle of Good Hope, Malay Quarters, Companies Gardens as well as Government Avenue, SA Museum, House of Parliament. Join us for an unforgettable tour of the Mother City!
Cape Winelands Tour Full Day (Departing Daily)
This tour is a must for all wine lovers! The Cape Winelands Tours offers all who join a sample of noble wines and to explore this exquisite Cape Dutch Estates, and beautiful landscape. The Cape Winelands Tour is popular right through the year. We visit Paarl with its rich history of wine making & the Franschhoek Valley. We return via Stellenbosch with its many historic buildings. This tour is definitely not one to be missed.
Cape Peninsula Tour Full Day (Departing Daily)
The Peninsula offer breath-taking view of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, the African Penguins at the Boulders. Both the Indian and Atlantic Oceans have more than a hundred amazing white sandy beached – This tour offers spectacular view points to some. On the Cape Peninsula Tour, we will visit Cape Point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet, a boat trip to Seal Island (optional), the Fynbos rich Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Boulders Beach where you will see penguins in their natural habitat, Simon’s Town and finally, Muizenberg with its magnificent stretch of beaches.
Cape Mountain Passes Tour Full Day (Departs Daily)
Enjoy a scenic drive through remarkable mountain passes overlooking spectacular gorges and valleys. This is an area plush with indigenous fauna and flora and a rich history. Paarl is the centre of the Cape’s famed wine making industry and Wellington of the dried fruit industry. The Bainskloof Mountain Pass offers unmatched scenic views and the Breede River Valley is the primary export grape growing area. Du Toit’s Kloof Pass borders an awe inspiring gorge plush in indigenous mountain plant life. You will experience spectacular views from the summit of the Fairest Cape with Table Mountain in the distance. We will travel through Franschhoek Valley where the wine farms still to this day bear its original French names as do their wines. Franschhoek Pass poses outstanding sights of the valley. We will then travel further along through the apple orchards of Grabouw where we will visit the Apple Museum. After our visit to the Apple Museum, we return back to Cape Town through Sir Lowry’s Pass where you will experience a panoramic view of False Bay.
Whale Watching Tour Full Day (Departs Daily)
The Whale Coast is situated just outside of Cape Town, close to the very tip of Africa. This is a favoured holiday destination for international and locals visitors due to its unspoiled beaches and peaceful hamlets. Hermanus is situated in the heart of the Whale Route which is a mere 127 kilometres from Cape Town and the Cape Coast. Hermanus is the home of the world’s only whale crier who signals whale locations using kelp horn. Experience an unforgettable trip with us to pristine coastline.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (Half Day)
The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is a must see when touring Cape Town. Stroll through the most spectacular garden in South Africa. One of the highly acclaimed botanical gardens, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is set on the slopes of Table Mountain. At Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on can indulge their sense of smell at the Fragrance Garden, discover the healing properties of plants at the Medicinal Garden, learn how to grow their own plants, how to save water at the Water-wise Gardena and see South Africa’s national flower – the King Protea. But that’s not all – For entertainment you may have a picnic with the family, enjoy a summer musical sunset concert on the lawn or pop in at the Visitors’ Centre for some shopping and a warm coffee.
Robben Island (Half Day)
The Robben Island tour is one that will never be forgotten. Travel on the Ferry Service – These catamarans are full equipped with air conditioning, TV sets and public address system. Located on the main deck of the vessel where easy access is obtainable, you will find a fully licensed stocked refreshment station. Included in the Robben Island Tour is a visit to the lime quarry which was utilized by the prisoners to mine lime. A visit to the maximum-security prison which was the home to Nelson Mandela for many years, this is one of the most important highlights of the tour of the Island. You will see the single cells in which Nelson Mandela and other prisoners spent their prison time. We then get to see the Leper Cemetery, Sobukhlwe House, WW 2 gun batteries as well as the houses used by the ward.